Macky and his family risk the wrath of the Romans by taking two refugee girls into their home. Through their exploits and retelling of their people’s stories – Daniel and the lions’ den and Jesus and the miraculous catch of fish – we learn the importance of being courageous and helping others.
Macky rescues an aristocratic Roman girl, Portia. With help from Portia, Macky and the gang foil a money-making scheme run by the evil Tobias and Brutacus. Through their experiences and retelling of the dramatic stories of Samson and Delilah, and Peter’s friendship with Cornelius, we discover how important it is to listen to God and love others.
A giant warship docks in Alexandria harbor. Macky learns from Portia that the ship’s mission is to attack the rebels resisting the Romans in Galilee. Macky inspires his friend Sollie to come up with a plan to sink the ship. Through their experiences and retelling of their people’s stories – the adventure of David and Goliath, and the story of how God releases Peter from prison – children will learn the importance of feeling God’s protection, not being afraid, and never giving up hope.
Macky and the family take a risk and give shelter to two men they think are fugitive rebels. Through their experiences and retelling of their people’s stories – Rahab and the spies, and Peter heals Aeneas and raises Tabitha – we learn the importance of caring for others and remaining hopeful.
After intelligence reports of rebels entering the city by sea, Tiberius orders the famous lighthouse extinguished. Through the exploits of Macky and the gang– and retelling the stories of Gideon and the Midianites, Jesus’ Birth, and the Revelation to the Shepherds– we discover how important it is to make a difference and value everyone.
Macky and the gang plan to rescue some slaves forced to work in the Roman granaries. Through their experiences and retelling of their people’s stories – Moses and the Egyptian Slavemaster and Saul on the road to Damascus – we learn the importance of taking a stand and choosing the right path.
Little Leah goes missing in the back streets of the city and is tricked into enslavement in a sweatshop run by Toadie. With help from Portia, Macky works to foil the scheme. The retelling of the stories of Ruth and Naomi and the Parable of the Good Samaritan help us to discover how important it is to accept others and be a true friend.
While Macky and the girls are minding the shop, a petty thief steals a silver fish with vital information to the rebel movement engraved on it. Can the gang get the fish back? Through their adventures and retelling of their people’s stories – Peter and John Heal a Lame Man and Shadrach and the Furnace – we learn the importance of doing right and keeping true.